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TUESDAY's POST.

TUESDAY's POST.

INTELLIGENCE. » Nftil fr.om Hort.4SD. • Constantinople, (in Tutky) Sept. >6. a rif HF - Grand Si nior by the. Grand Vizar, and the Mufti, laid this day, the ftone of a - cer,t which his Highnefs intends build his own expence. The Janizaries, ■nizaries, in a quarrel among ,hemfcl
10 November 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
THURSDAY's POST.

THURSDAY's POST.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. This Day arrived MAIL from HOLLAND. Madrid, (in Spain) i. The Corpie er deccafed was interred with the Solemnly ty the 29th at the lifcurial. Mr, God in, the French Academics, lately dead Cadiz. Affa:rs this Monarchy were never in fuch Situation as at prefe
3 November 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
STOLEN Grayed not ofth T and, f . ■ l'y, ln'Pevenfey Level T' ~ J"'" ! laft! a f 'urteeii

STOLEN Grayed not ofth T and, f . ■ l'y, ln'Pevenfey Level T' ~ J"'" ! laft! a f 'urteeii

lands and a half con, old, v. ith fma'.l Streak «f l'j. * do.vn ,-i his n.ar Foot \vi Svvl "' ail, newly dock'd If an< »"J» .ofhin-,t„,; ie Wd John sir = tea S;.(Tex *or ,o n.ay had a-> n' " half Guinea Reward, and «<> »•« By Edward I>avi Brightlulnatton T»' the 13th of November
3 November 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
The history of the last session.

The history of the last session.

ON the April, while the Scots militia bill was depending, leave was given to bring in bill for limiting, confining, and better regulating, the payment of the weekly allowances made a£l of parliament, for the maintenance of families unable to fupport them« felves, during the abfe
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HISTORY.

HISTORY.

FRom Warfaw, capital of Poland. of Oft. 14. they write thus. " On the 6th inftant, the day appointed for opening the general diet of the kingdom, the deputies the feveral palatinates being affembled in the nuncio's chamber, their firft bufinefs was, to proceed to the eledion of
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The and Anne, Perkins, from London for Halifax, with cloatbing for the troops, carried into Corunna. The John and Thomas,

The and Anne, Perkins, from London for Halifax, with cloatbing for the troops, carried into Corunna. The John and Thomas,

Merton, from Sunderland for Oporto, carried into Guarda in Galicia. The Experiment, Brown, from Philadelphia for Amfterdam; and the William, Macleith, from Virginia for Clyde; both carried into Baj'onne. The Cumberland of Thurfo, Campbell, taken Oft 2).; and the Duke York, Lafle
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
heir tuneful numbers (hail more fwettly flow, ho' not their hearts with nobler riendlhip glow. Britannia, rife, in all thy

heir tuneful numbers (hail more fwettly flow, ho' not their hearts with nobler riendlhip glow. Britannia, rife, in all thy

glory reign, Queen the north, and emprefs the main! '1 fird ifles, the nations own, Whert-e'crthy flag'sdifplay'd,orpow'r is known; Thee firft of nations, foreign lands proclaim, Where e'er thy fleets convey thy dreaded name; Thee fird in feats arms let France declare, For (he h
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EPILOGUE. Written by Mr Gar rick. Spoken by Mils Pope, who plays Polly. Enter, Polly, laughing ! ha I MY

EPILOGUE. Written by Mr Gar rick. Spoken by Mils Pope, who plays Polly. Enter, Polly, laughing ! ha I MY

poor papa's in woful agitation — While I, the caule, feel here [Jinking her bojom] no palpitation "We girls of reading, and luperior Botions, Who from the fountain head drink love's potions, Pity our parents, when fuch paffion blinds 'em; One heais the good folks, rave —one neve
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The following article, from Spain, with the historical anecdotes subjoined, appeared lately in the papers.

The following article, from Spain, with the historical anecdotes subjoined, appeared lately in the papers.

Madrid, Sept. 10. As the King hath re/olved that the Jeliiits (hall fend no milfionaries his tranfmarine dominions, his Majefty has defired Father Baxador, General of the Dominicans, repair to Madrid, that he may conliilt with him about educating and providing number of religiou
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
As to affairs in North America:

As to affairs in North America:

On the 17th of O&ober, the day before his Britannic (hip Fame left Louijlurg, the laft blaft was given to the complete demolition of the fortifications of that important fortrefs, the whole being by that time reduced the houfes a few fiftiermen. According to advices from New Yor
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland